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    •  Wahhabism and its Refutation by the Ahl as-Sunna
      Wahhabism and its Refutation by the Ahl as-Sunna
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      Wahhabism and its Refutation by the Ahl as-Sunna

      Wahhabism and its Refutation by the Ahl as-SunnaRate this post The Wahhabis are one of the groups who name themselves as Moslems while, in fact, they strive to demolish Islam. Ayyub Sabri Pasha [d. 1308 (1890)], Rear Admiral in the time of the thirty-fourth Ottoman sultan ‘Abd al-Hamid Khan II [1258-1336 (1842-1918), buried in the […]

    •  Religious Dialogues
      Religious Dialogues
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      Religious Dialogues

      Religious DialoguesRate this post Religious laws in a Style of Dialogues to Disentangle the Complexity of the Juridical Verdicts…!

    • Why Shi’ah?
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      Why Shi’ah?

      Why Shi’ah?Rate this post The term “Shi’ah” is an adjective used by Muslims who follow the Imams from the Family of the Prophet (Ahl al-Bayt). They use it not for reasons of sectarianism or for causing divisions amongst Muslims. They use it because the Qur’an uses it, the Prophet Muhammad used it, and the early […]

    •  A Reply to Belief in Mahdism in Shia Imamia
      A Reply to Belief in Mahdism in Shia Imamia
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      A Reply to Belief in Mahdism in Shia Imamia

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    •  Shi’ite Islam
      Shi’ite Islam
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      Shi’ite Islam

      Shi’ite IslamRate this post Despite a growing interest in the last hundred years in both orientalism and comparative religions, and the fact that there are over fifty million Shi’a Muslims, until now there has been no thorough and objective study of that part of Islam called Shi’ism for Western scholars. The present work provides a […]

    •  Will all the Companions of Muhammad (saw) Enter Heaven?
      Will all the Companions of Muhammad (saw) Enter Heaven?
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      Will all the Companions of Muhammad (saw) Enter Heaven?

      Will all the Companions of Muhammad (saw) Enter Heaven?Rate this post According to the school of Ahlulbayt (a.s), the term Sahabah (companion) would encompass all those who accompanied, saw or heard from the Prophet (saw). This is to mean that believers, hypocrites, the decent, the dishonest…etc. are included. The mere companionship of the Prophet (saw) […]

    •  A Critical Assessment of Sahih Bukhari and Sahih Muslim
      A Critical Assessment of Sahih Bukhari and Sahih Muslim
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      A Critical Assessment of Sahih Bukhari and Sahih Muslim

      A Critical Assessment of Sahih Bukhari and Sahih MuslimRate this post Sunnis consider the two books of Sahih Bukhari and Sahih Muslim as correct from the beginning to the end, dealing with them like revelation. They have based all their principle beliefs on the basis of their content. Sunni researchers refrain from considering as fabricated […]

    • The Spiritual Message of Shi’ism
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      The Spiritual Message of Shi’ism

      The Spiritual Message of Shi’ismRate this post By: Allamah Sayyid Muhammad Husayn Tabataba’i The message of Shi’ism to the world can he summarized in one sentence: “To know God.” Or in other words it is to instruct man to follow the path of Divine realization and the knowledge of God in order to gain felicity […]

    •  Foundation of the Sunnah
      Foundation of the Sunnah
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      Foundation of the Sunnah

      Foundation of the SunnahRate this post This book based on Foundation Of The Sunnah By the IMAAM AHMED IBN HANBAL, and this is a summarisation of his belief which consists of a number of the works of Imaam Ahmad on the subject of creed.

    • Characteristics of Shiite
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      Characteristics of Shiite

      Characteristics of ShiiteRate this post 282- Imam Sadiq (a.s) said: “Once a group of people started walking behind Ameer al-Momineen (a.s). He asked them who they were. They said that they were his followers. He asked them why they did not have the signs of his followers. They asked him what the signs of the […]

    •  Fiqh Us Sunnah
      Fiqh Us Sunnah
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      Fiqh Us Sunnah

      Fiqh Us SunnahRate this post Sayyid Saabiq (1915-2000 C.E.) wrote the book in Arabic at the request of Hassan al-Banna, the founder of the Muslim Brotherhood (Ikhwan). Every Fiqh ruling in the book goes back to the Qur’an and Sunnah and Sabiq dealt with all four madhahib objectively, with no preferential treatment to any.

    •  Your Questions Answered (Vol-2)
      Your Questions Answered (Vol-2)
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      Your Questions Answered (Vol-2)

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    •  Salafi Disease of Literalism
      Salafi Disease of Literalism
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      Salafi Disease of Literalism

      Salafi Disease of LiteralismRate this post Salafis believe that the entire Qur’an is literal and that it is aloof of Mujaz (figurative Expressions). As a result, we witness them interpreting Verses of Qur’an literally. Examples of their literal approach are:Giving Physical attributes to Allah – Believing that He (swt) has feet, arms, fingers, eyes etc. […]

    • The Fundamentals of Shia’ism
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      The Fundamentals of Shia’ism

      The Fundamentals of Shia’ismRate this post BY : Allamah Shaykh Muhammad Husayn al-Kashif al-Ghita Before we deal with the roots and the articles of faith in detail, we may divide our study of the Shi’a religion according to five principles: 1. Knowledge of God. 2. Identification of His Prophet. 3. How to worship. 4. Doing […]

    •  Need for Religion
      Need for Religion
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      Need for Religion

      Need for ReligionRate this post Allamah Sayyid Sa’eed Akhtar Rizvi explains in depth a question we are often faced with today; why is there a need for religion? He explains what religion is, why we need it, and further understanding the qualities of a religion.

    •  Shi’ite Islam
      Shi’ite Islam
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      Shi’ite Islam

      Shi’ite IslamRate this post Despite a growing interest in the last hundred years in both orientalism and comparative religions, and the fact that there are over fifty million Shi’a Muslims, until now there has been no thorough and objective study of that part of Islam called Shi’ism for Western scholars. The present work provides a […]

    •  The Children’s Book on Islam Book Four
      The Children’s Book on Islam Book Four
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      The Children’s Book on Islam Book Four

      The Children’s Book on Islam Book Four3 (60%) 1 vote An elementary book on Islam for the children from ages 4-15 yrs. Good for the children of all ages, and the students.

    • The Sh’ites’ Share in Regional Historiography
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      The Sh’ites’ Share in Regional Historiography

      The Sh’ites’ Share in Regional HistoriographyRate this post By: Rasul Ja’fariyan Regional Histories from the 4th to 8th Centuries AH The Sh’ites have also had a share in regional historiography. Among the earliest work in this field, which predates all other books is Nihl al-‘Arab by Muhammad bin Bahr Rahni-.[36] Ya-qut al-Hamawi-, commenting on this […]

    •  Khawarij Wal-Jammah
      Khawarij Wal-Jammah
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      Khawarij Wal-Jammah

      Khawarij Wal-JammahRate this post The germs of Kharijism had already formed during the time of the Prophet Muhammad (saw). Such was the condition of these people, they would even scrutinize the integrity of the Prophet (saw). During the battle of Hunayn, the Prophet (saw) distributed the booty and as incentive to the new Muslims he […]

    • Growth of Shi’ism
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      Growth of Shi’ism

      Growth of Shi’ismRate this post Shi’ism began with a reference made for the first time to the partisans of Ali (shi’ah-i ‘ Ali), the first leader of the Household of the Prophet, during the lifetime of the Prophet himself. The course of the first manifestation and the later growth of Islam during the twenty-three years […]

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